See our Public File at the FCC site (external link).
KGLT Statement of Effort
KGLT’s FCC License is owned by the Montana State Board of Regents. KGLT is operated as a program of Montana State University – Bozeman (MSU-B). Broadcasting from the MSU-B campus since its inception in 1968, KGLT provides non-commercial, educational radio to area listeners. KGLT is an all-music station providing diverse music programming played by live announcers. KGLT is funded by donations from listeners, grants, foundations, underwriting and support from the Associated Students of Montana State University. KGLT works with many clubs and programs on and off campus, writing and producing over 1,500 public service announcements per year on topics including: Sexual Harassment, GED completion, Senior education, preventative health measures, low cost medical services, humane control of animal population, new classes on campus, psychological counseling, Help phone numbers and more.
KGLT supports MSU-B’s goals and is committed to educating the public and providing information that will enhance our connection to the community and campus, KGLT is committed to running a transparent business.
Our staff of four employees is supported by a diverse student workforce and community volunteers. Diversity in the student population of Montana State University – Bozeman is about 14% of the student population.
KGLT is handicap accessible, and provides handicap assistive software for use by our staff.
KGLT will be involved in a Freshman mentoring program and will provide announcements for a new movement on campus called Open MSU, offering easy access to any type of support a student might require.
Montana State University
- Telling Public Radio’s Story
- Financial Statements (PDF)
- Contact KGLT for current CPB financial reports
Per Corporation for Public Broadcasting requirements: KGLT has no highly compensated personnel to report.